Renewable Energy Policy Database

About this Database

The Renewable Energy (RE) Policies Database contains information on the various policy frameworks in place for different RE technologies in the Caribbean.

 

 

Country Policy Name Policy Typesort descending Status Inclusion of Quantified RE targets?
Barbados Sustainable Energy Framework Pre-policy In Effect NO
Barbados Sustainable Energy Policy Policy Under development TBC
Grenada Grenada National Energy Policy Policy In Effect YES
Guyana Guyana's Agro-Energy Biofuel Policy Policy Draft YES
Guyana Guyana Energy Policy Policy In Effect NO
Guyana Guyana Power Sector Policy and Implementation Strategy Policy In Effect NO
Jamaica National Renewable Energy Policy 2009 - 2030 Policy Draft YES
Jamaica Jamaica National Energy Policy 2009 - 2030 Policy In Effect YES
Jamaica Jamaica National Policy For the Trading of Carbon Credits 2010 - 2030 Policy Draft NO
Jamaica National Energy-From-Waste Policy 2010 - 2030 Policy Draft NO
Jamaica Jamaica National Energy Conservation & Efficiency Policy 2010 - 2030 Policy In Effect NO
Jamaica Jamaica National Biofuels Policy 2010 - 2030 Policy Draft NO
St. Kitts and Nevis St. Kitts and Nevis National Energy Policy Policy Draft (Incomplete) NO
Barbados Barbados National Energy Policy Policy Draft Yes

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Acknowledgements
The information contained in this database is a combination of own research and input from financial or other entities involved in financing of renewable energy projects. 
 
The project would like to acknowledge the contributions of all external sources that have shared information on available renewable energy financing schemes in the Caribbean. Their assistance and willingness to share information has been critical in the development of this database and, as such, in advancing the objectives of this programme to facilitate renewable energy investment in the region.
 
The Caribbean Policy Research Institute accepts full responsibility for accuracy and updating of the information available on this website.

Policies Database Manual

Date Published: 
April, 2016
Document Author(s): 
Capri
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